The British author Arthur Koestler had released another one of his great work in 1940. The Darkness at Noon is a remarkable read and provides significant detail and caption. It tells a story of a man who had his people turn on him and captured him. They then had him put in prison for a crime he did not commit. The worst part about this story is that the people who captured him are the same people he helped and worked for. This story will have you in awe and wanting to keep reading until the end. It is a controversial setting with an even more unique plot.
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